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Gaito Gazdanov

Gaito Gazdanov (1903-1971) joined the White Army aged just sixteen and fought in the Russian Civil War. Exiled in Paris from the 1920s onwards, he eventually became a might-time taxi-driver and quickly gained prominence on the literary scene as a novelist, essayist, critic and short-story writer. His novels The Spectre of Alexander Wolf, The Buddha's Return and The Flight, and his collection of short stories The Beggar and Other Stories are published by Pushkin Press.

Books by Gaito Gazdanov